Appointments Are Made By Governor

A number of important appointments were made by Governor Blease and notices filed Wednesday in the office of secretary of state.

W. L. Hyer, of Ladson, was appointed magistrate for Berkeley county for the term provided by law to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Magistrate Rhame Cannon.

Dr. J. M. Oliver, of Orangeburg, was appointed a member of the county dispensary board for Orangeburg county for the term provided by law to fill the vacancy made by the removal of Henry S. Holman.

T. W. Starnes, of Blaney, was appointed magistrate for Kershaw county for the term provided by law to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Magistrate John Rabon, Jr.

W. E. Free, of Bamberg, was named clerk of court for Bamberg cpimtu for the term provided by law to fill the vacancy made by the death of C. B. Free.

December 30, 1914  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
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